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Sunnier Days Ahead

I’m too excited about my breakfast and newly recovered fondness for food to stay in bed any longer. What I would sketch right now, if I were an artist, to give you a thousand words at a glance, is this. 1,122 more words

Family

It Happened One Morning by B. B. Wright

It Happened One Morning

A Short Story by B. B. Wright

Black coffee is my elixir for the morning blahs. Definitely not a morning person, I am quite happy to hermit myself away in the den to suck on my over-sized mug of coffee and to read the morning newspaper quietly. 1,399 more words

Writing

After rotator cuff surgery

It’s great to have the sling off after rotator cuff surgery.  The pillow that was attached to hold my arm out away from my side was to allow the rotator cuff tendons to heal, and let the titanium stitches inside become one with the healed tissue, attaching it to the bone.   397 more words

Ramblings..........and Reality Checking

First Steps, Brancaster

Here is today’s commentary and poem from my book The Word in the Wilderness, whose readers  may like to click the play button or the title below and hear me read the poem. 840 more words

Imagination

Lessons Learned

In August 2007 I was in a serious car accident that caused me to have fractured vertebrae in my neck and a long convalescence. After a few months, my friend Jean asked me what was the lesson that I had to learn from the experience.  770 more words

Living And Learning

In convalescence

Convalescence can be worth the worthlessness of being ill; even, it’s only an experience you can get to by coming back from somewhere, recovering from bare, violent need. 266 more words

Wounded Soldiers Entertained at Hackney, The Hackney Gazette, Friday 18 December 1914

The Hackney Gazette

Friday 18 December 1914

Wounded Soldiers Entertained at Hackney

A number of wounded soldiers from the Metropolitan hospital have been entertained at the Hackney Empire, at the kind invitation of the manager, Mr.

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